Stephen Curry’s No. 30 at August ceremony after Golden State Warriors star’s Graduation

Stephen Curry's No. 30 at August ceremony after Golden State Warriors star's Graduation

One day later Stephen Curry added a fourth NBA title and first Finals MVP award to his illustrious résumé, his alma mater, DavidsonThe announcement was made by, Golden State Warriors At an August ceremony, the school would retire star's number.

Chris Clunie, Davidson's athletic director, stated Friday that Curry's No. During an Aug. 31 ceremony, 30 would become the first to be retired by the school.

Curry will be honored with a bachelor's degree and induction into the Davidson Athletics Hall of Fame. Curry completed his Bachelor of Arts A sociology major, she was unable to attend commencement during the NBA playoffs.

Curry was required to graduate in order for Davidson to honor him. Davidson does not retire the jerseys or numbers of players who finish their degrees. Curry's number 30 will be the first to be retired at the school. Davidson previously retired six jerseys for men's basketball players.

Curry was a student at North Carolina from 2006 to 2009. He is arguably the greatest player in Davidson's history. Curry is the school’s all-time leading scorer in points, 3-pointers free throws, field goals, steals, and free throws. In 2008, he led the Wildcats into the Elite Eight, a remarkable run in the NCAA tournament.

Curry was present on Thursday unanimously named After his Warriors defeat, Bill Russell was named the Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP. Boston Celtics 103-90 to win a 4-2 series.

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